Have you ever gotten stuck trying to solve a problem that seemed impossible to fix? How did you stay sane? By asking why you might just find the solution that you’re looking for!
Making a decision about what to do next can be hard, especially if you’re having trouble coming up with the right answers. Sometimes you can get into a rut and this can lead to some destructive behaviors.
This is my attempt at detailing the steps that I take to stay composed and productive while looking for a solution.
Whether you’re having trouble solving your own personal issues, or fixing some problems with your business, try taking a short break and getting back to the problems when you’re feeling more refreshed.
What you do during that break is up to you- like listening to music, or reading. Also, doing daily exercise is great for your health, and can often result in an improved mood and mindset while you work on solving your issues.
In this video, I talk about reasons why we get stuck on some problems, and the steps we should take to break out of that unproductive loop.
00:00 – What did assembling IKEA furniture teach me? And how did I stay sane?
01:00 – By asking why, can you really solve this problem?
02:43 – The importance of taking a step back.
We Will Help you:
- Remove the focus blocks that stop you from getting traction on new patient growth.
- Create a Business Lifestyle Intention Sheet that will allow you to reverse engineer the exact amount of money you need to make, the exact amount of patients you need to see and start to reduce the gap on your dream lifestyle. (not a cookie cutter method).
- Create a plan to reduce your hours by 33% so you can commit to yourself, your hobbies and your family again without sacrificing revenues.
Show you the systems you need in your practice that will allow you to raise your prices and grow your profit margins by over 25%.